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On the negative side, local banks denied us loans, real estate agents red-lined us, and some restaurants gave us very poor service. Our families are also OK with it and our church is OK with it (my husband is a minister).
We don't even really get looks when we are out, most of the time I forget that we are even different races.
The next time I saw Nicely I asked her what all of that mess was all about.
She told me that when she was in high school in Pennsylvania she fell in love with a black fellow and told her parents about it.
I sometimes even catch his mom saying things about it, but it hasn’t caused us to view our relationship any different.Here are some of your Facebook stories, some of which have been edited for length, clarity and style. Now, if he goes to use his own card at the same exact stores, they card him every single time! So sad to me, but so true and relevant on what we go through over stereotypes ... Still a ways to go I am white and Mexican though you cannot see the Mexican in me. We live in the Tampa-area suburbs not far from the biggest stupid Confederate flag in America.You can read more of them on our Facebook page.‘Long-legged blonde’I am African-American and have been married for over 35 years to a fantastic long-legged blonde :-) We met in Cali in our 20s. Our day care that we take our son to has lots of interracial kids. Getting carded I'm white, my wonderful, hardworking husband is black.
As far as problems, it has been mostly old people of both sides that you see looks from.
“You’re still several hundred times more likely to be married to a black person if you’re black,” he noted. Mind you, HIS name is the only one on the card and account.